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    My friend kind of does the same thing but he hasn't invested in anything new after th

    My friend kind of does the same thing but he hasn't invested in anything new after the recession in 2008.

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    My friend kind of does the same thing but he hasn't invested in anything after the recession in 2008.

    Are both okay here? Do they mean the same or should I take out the new?

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    Re: My friend kind of does the same thing but he hasn't invested in anything new afte

    There is a difference.

    Your friend has been investing in the same types of investments(old investments, nothing new).
    Your friend has not been making any investmemt at all.

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    Re: My friend kind of does the same thing but he hasn't invested in anything new afte

    ... hasn't made any investments since ​the recession in 2008.
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